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    Obama’s King of the United States Delusion is Taking Us further Down the Road of Tyra

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    Obama’s King of the United States Delusion is Taking Us further Down the Road of Tyranny & Eventually Destruction

    Leon Puissegur 2 hours ago
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    Once again we have to wonder what is going on with President Obama. We have to state that we use the term "President" very loosely due to the fact that Obama seems to be more intent on being some sort of " imperious" President, abusing his power to do what Congress has stated it will not do. Obama is "nudging" the ideas of his own agenda further along, rather than listen to what the law demands he do. This is not the sign of a leader, but rather a sign of a man who wishes to be the first king of the United States. Obama alleges to be a constitutional professor, but now with the actions he is taking, we have to wonder if maybe even that was a lie to make people think he was more than a "Community Organizer."

    Let us take a look at the word some have described as being Obama today, the word, imperious. Imperious is defined as:

    1. befitting or characteristic of one of eminent rank or attainments b ; marked by arrogant assurance
    2. intensely compelling.

    We do know that Obama played inside a King's domain while in Indonesia. Maybe his touch with royalty made him think he can be king. As shown below, he did, in fact, live on palace grounds as per my interview with Dr. John Drew, and so duly noted by David Remnick's book, The Bridge.
    "LP: "Did Obama ever throw money around when he was with Chandoo?"

    Dr. Drew; "He hung with Chandoo, but the impression I had with Obama was that they were both very wealthy. I thought that Barack Obama was a descendent from royalty from the way he carries himself. It did turn out that he did spend his summers on the grounds of the palace of the sultan of Jakarta in Indonesia. According to David Remnick, ("The Bridge, Alfred A. Knopf, 2010, page 104"), that is where Obama would spend his summers. So he actually did grow up on the grounds of an Indonesian Palace. Through his step-father, Lolo Soertoro, he actually had ties to the royal family." (See addition below(2).)"

    *Information about how Obama's mother lived on the grounds of the palace of the Sultan of Jogjakarta is available in David Remnick's book, The Bridge, on pages 84-88.
    When Obama comes out and makes statements like he did on Friday June 27, 2014, we have to wonder just where he is obtaining his information. His comments a week ago, June 27, 2014 were as follows:
    "By every economic measure, we are better off now than we were when I took office. You wouldn't know it, but we are."
    This comes from the Washington Times no less! The article mentioned above was written by one Joseph Curl and published on Sunday June 29, 2014. This man also included the following statements that seem to indicate that maybe Obama is making a run at becoming the first King of the United States.
    In fact, Mr. Obama says Americans have never had it so good.

    "Over the past 51 months, our businesses have created 9.4 million new jobs," he said at a feel-good stop in Minnesota. "Our housing market is rebounding. Our auto industry is booming. Our manufacturing sector is adding jobs for the first time since the 1990s. We've made our tax code fairer. We've cut our deficits by more than half. More than 8 million Americans have signed up for private insurance plans through the Affordable Care Act."

    Of course, as usual with the president, none of that is true. In 2007, there were 146.6 million Americans employed. Last month, there were 145.7 million people in the workforce. But it's all-worse than that. The labor force participation rate dropped more than 3 percentage points, which equals nearly 8 million people. Now, just 62.8 percent of working-age Americans hold jobs, a dismal number that's the lowest in 35 years.

    What's more, Candidate Obama (is he ever anything else?) promised an unemployment rate of 5 percent as the impetus to pass his $1 trillion stimulus plan. While his minions now cooking the books claim the rate is 6.3 percent, millions of Americans have simply fallen out of the workforce — disappeared. The number of "underemployed" — those who want to work full time but can find only a part-time job — is 16 percent, Gallup says.
    Let's make some comparisons of what the "People" had paid before Obama took office and what they paid as of September 10, 2012. These are the latest comparisons we could find that showed some places that actually hurt the very people that went to the polls and voted for Obama for his second term!
    In January of 2009 September of 2012 Difference of
    Out of Work 21.5 million 23.1 million 1.6 million more
    Gasoline Prices $1.89 $3.91 an Increase of some 111%
    National Debt $10.6 Trillion Now over $ 17 Trillion well over 51% increase
    Family Income $54,962 $50,054 Down by $4,908
    Americans in Poverty 39.3 million 46.2 million an increase of 6.9 million

    One has to realize that these numbers have hurt the poor and middle class more than any other group in the United States, both groups of which had supported Obama for a second term. Now they are being tossed not just under the bus, but under the wheels of deceit, lies and falsehoods. Should the poor and middle class be caused to suffer just for the sake of having a man in the office of President? Not no, but hell no! Our nation is laughed at by not just our enemies, but now by what used to be our allies! Our nation could supply the world with oil and gas, but due to Obama and his failed energy policies, we have fallen behind the world and now have to depend on our enemies for oil! How much longer and how much lower will this nation fall before the poor and middle class wake up and realize that Obama is not for the United States, but he is for a dream he had way back in 1981 when he was studying Marxism.
    Obama has lost about a dozen challenges with the Supreme Court so far, much more than any other president in recorded history and yet he calmly walks up to the podium and states that, "If Congress does not do anything, I will do it on my own!" This one statement demonstrates that Obama is willing to lose even more of his challenges to the Supreme Court.
    What can be taken from all of the latest rhetoric? We may have to open our eyes just a bit and look under the curtain Obama is hiding behind to see the way our nation moved from what it was in 2009 to the low point we are at now. It is our decision, and if we close our eyes to these facts, this nation will not be what it once was and one day soon, we will have bombs going off in our neighborhoods detonated by the very people that laugh at us now!

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    If the Republicans in Congress can just hold on for three more months, and if the American voters give us the House and Senate majorities we need to dethrone King Obama

    From King George III to King Obama I


    By Tom DeLay July 4, 2014 | Comments|



    First Published in the Washington Times

    The accumulation of all powers, legislative, executive and judiciary, in the same hands, whether of one, a few or many, and whether hereditary, self-appointed or elective, may justly be pronounced the very definition of tyranny.”
    James Madison, “The Federalist #47”
    For those of you looking to teach your children a little history this Fourth of July holiday, current events are supplying a very nice lesson. The Founding Fathers were dealing with a crisis brought on by the excesses of King George III. Today, we’re dealing with another crisis brought on by the excesses of King Obama I.
    With his executive orders, his flouting of the Constitution’s clear separation of powers, his contempt for the other branches of government and the rule of law, our president lately has been giving a very passable imitation of King George.
    That said, I have to admit to very mixed emotions about the plan floated by GOP House Speaker John Boehner to file a lawsuit against the president for his actions, to in effect bring in the courts to referee the dispute between the legislative and executive branches. I agree with virtually all the arguments the House Republicans are making (and the president’s flippant “sue me” comment shows he doesn’t understand the gravity of the case against him), but a lawsuit to my mind is not the first or best option for waging this battle.
    There is no question that this president is out of control and that something needs to be done. As Madison wisely observed, citing the insights of Montesquieu, a clear separation of the powers of government is essential to prevent the rise of tyranny. The Founding Fathers understood that the government they were establishing could not allow any one person or groups of persons to grab all the power. Each branch of government—the legislative, the executive and the judiciary—has a clearly defined role and clearly defined powers. It was also no accident that the very first article of the Constitution deals with the legislature, which was designed to be the most powerful of the three branches.
    In our system, the president’s role is to carry out the laws that the Congress passes, not to write his own laws, not to rewrite the laws that do get passed, and not to issue executive orders that bypass the rest of the government entirely. This president makes a mockery of the checks and balances Madison and the other Founding Fathers carefully put in place.
    And on the human level, we have in President Obama someone who clearly doesn’t believe in limited government or the rule of law. As Madison also observed, “Ambition must be made to counteract ambition.” The only way to check the abuses coming out of the White House—whether it’s the stream of executive orders, the use of the IRS to go after political enemies, or the ignoring of the clear language of the law repeatedly in the rollout of Obamacare—is for the House Republicans and Speaker Boehner to stand up and say no. The president can’t even make the argument that he’s carrying out the will of the people with his actions—just take a look at his polls.
    Even so, when it comes to reining Mr. Obama in, I still prefer that the House rely on its constitutional power of the purse rather than turn to the courts for relief. Suing the president, putting aside how long it will take and whether the courts will even get involved, actually represents a ceding of congressional powers to the judiciary. The power of the purse is a far superior option. Pay no attention to those who say another government shutdown over spending will hurt the Republicans: The government was shut down for 16 days last year and nobody missed it.
    We’re already seeing some evidence that Mr. Obama can be stopped in the spending bills coming out of the House that are cutting hundreds of millions of dollars targeted to fund these executive orders.
    I sympathize with the speaker’s frustration, but I also see help is on the way. If the Republicans in Congress can just hold on for three more months, and if the American voters give us the House and Senate majorities we need to dethrone King Obama, much of the damage done to our system of government can be reversed—without asking the Supreme Court to step in.

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    Tom DeLay is a former House majority leader, the second-ranking leader in the U.S. House of Representatives. As majority leader, he was responsible for developing the issues and policies that formed the Republican agenda. When Mr. DeLay left Congress in 2006, he devoted himself to helping conservatives. He is the founder of First Principles LLC, a consulting firm that works with a range of political organizations in the fields of grass roots, new media, communications and issue advocacy.


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